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Castillo De Feliciana

Castillo De Feliciano is the best winery you probably didn’t know about. It’s never too crowded, so we like it as a first stop of the day to kick things off, or as a lowkey last stop if someone in your group had a little too much and is starting to look like one of those inflatable tube men at car dealerships. Castillo produces primarily Spanish-style wines, which means you’ll see types like Albariño, Tempranillo, and Garnacha. The outdoor space has plenty of room for your group on the first-floor patio or the second-floor balcony, where you get a great view of the street.

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